Fabulousness again this month!
Team is running even wilder this month
(Spring is in the air), but we do have a little something
to give one of the players that dare to meet our green linky froggy.
This Steampunk polymer stamp, size about 5,5cm x 11cm,
Here's what Granne DiD for this month
Sentiment is in Finnish and says "Hi Dude!"
CT Nan here with a 4 x 6 inch flat canvas painted in acrylic paints in the steampunk style with some great looking old light bulbs! And of course my guide for this painting was the Art Sherpa on Youtube and many other places on the internet! I added a bird-like flying machine and the sentiment "Steampunk" from the stamp sheet "A Wing Above the Rest" from Sin City Stamps!
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From CT Anne: A wreath - for the door knocker, for a grave, for a Memorial service. In NZ we remember both Easter - Jesus death & resurrection - and on 25th April, the anniversary of the day our troops landed at Gallipoli so disastrously in WW1. It is also Autumn, when many fruits are being harvested.
Started with wire, wrapping it around itself, adding bead loops, threading through skulls and a mix of real & fake bones. Next was to curl wire-stemmed flowers and fruit between objects. Then tie lengths of a bobbly multi-coloured eyelashy yarn between each element.
The paper flowers were colour-adjusted with a few bursts of various Lindy Stamp Gang sprays. Flowers, skeleton (love his red-eye) and fruit came from Silver Crow Creations. Everything else was randomly-acquired stash (yep, skulls came on strings from retail and second-hand)
Come back later in the month to find out more about the snakes St Patrick cast out of Ireland back around 462 AD.
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